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. in the first three years which is 2008, nine, and ten, we were introducing the cma or the state was introducing the cma through the grade levels so first was the elementary grades. then the secondary grades and then high school subject grades, so it was being introduced, so when you look at the last two years you will see that we have increased the number of students taking the special ed because it was 1,920 in 2011 and now in 2012 we have this amount taking the csd. the english language adult proficiency level over these years is 12% increased but has to be looked at with the lens that they were students taking moving on to take zvzv okay. over the last two years we did see increase in csd and when we disaggregated the results from movement we see the same trend as we saw in the district which is growth for matched students. okay. there is also a break down that we have for all of these. not only to show you how many students every year were taking those various exams but also the performance level for proficient and above. okay. the same kind of break down we see for program now in th
on kids taking the cma, how many kids are taking it? you touched on some of this. i would like to see an analysis what is the use of the cma, particularly in the superintendent zone and does -- i mean the ideas -- has the bottom been sort of cut off in the superintendent zone as well as as she demonstrated in some of the district wide figures by putting kids into cma and is our use greater in the superintendent zones than the district as a whole? i know you don't have that at your fingertips but if i could get that i would be interested. >> thank you. >> i actually wanted to ask a similar question to commissioner norton so follow up on the first question a bit. there are -- i mean that we know resources are important and we also know that this version of support for struggling schools will not look like this version after this year, and i carefully say that because when people say "oh what are we going to do when the sig money goes away? " . i have been saying to people and i think is true and there will be another version coming along from the state or feds on ways to target reso
? that is probably easier. here is the map. we can fund projects that the cma -- you know, the authority deems to have proximate access to priority development areas, so the best example of this that i can give is if you look at the priority development area on 19th avenue, we don't necessarily have to provide funding for just the piece of project that may be on 19th within the pda but if project provides access we can also use that project. that means the criteria. there is that piece of it. so that can be helpful for a lot of the districts that have the large corridors and the citywide networks providing access. >> someone -- give me an example. not representing district one or four here, since we are on the committee here and in district one, the one california feeds into and starts by the ocean. but this is not in district one but the california because it feeds into it, we can prioritize to 40th? >> we would have to look at where the improvements where, make sure improvements are serving the priority development area. if we do all improvements out at 40th, we would have to balance those t
in asheville for the cma awards. have the honor of carrie to the hosts, underwood and brad paisley. you are both nominated for awards. what is more nerve wracking, hosting or being up for the awards? >> i would not say it is much more nerve it is the bigger task at hand. beens the thing we have for.ring good job and do a we want people to be proud of and to represent our country well.format >> the core audience knows you top of your game. of youen both before and it was a fantastic show. now you've had a chance to work together. the bigt like being on stage nationally, trying to draw fans? >> it's all about entertaining. it's not a whole lot different concert, in on a that sense. sure you presse ll the right buttons and are d someone who keeps the night moving. are little bit of the brad.cal joker, will you pull any jokes on your host? usually play pranks on the row.le in the front >> your tourists are on hiatus, them up veryck soon. is it enjoyable touring after ?ll these years what do you do when you first home at the end of a long tour? >> she has a week off right now, be touring all
! for a good clean feeling. try new orbit micro packs. ♪ >>> it's a great song. four-time cma female vocalist of the year, martina mcbride, singing one of our favorite songs. "i'm going to love you through it." >> she has sold more than 18 million albums, including six number one songs. >> and we seem to have you at least once a year telling us about a number one song on the charts again. good to see you. you're in the middle of a big tour, right? >> we are. we're on a tour that kind of wraps up this next month, then we start our christmas tour. >> this song, "i'm going to love you through" was daring. because a lot of songs speak about illness in a certain way. you flat-out said the word breast cancer, have a lot of cancer survivors in your video. >> you're in it, hoda woman. >> i came in and played with you too. what's it feel like when you're up on stage singing this song? >> that's what attracted me to the song, it's honest and real and doesn't sugar coat anything. comes from a true story. when i'm on stage, it's emotional, you know, singing somewhere the other night and all of a sudden g
on "gma." this morning, we can now announce that taylor will be performing live on the cma awards. that's airing here on abc on november 1st. she, of course, is the cma's reigning entertainer of the year. and the cmas will be the first televised performance of her new single. it's called "begin again." but you don't have to wait until then to hear it. we have a world exclusive sneak peek of the video right now. ♪ you throw your head back like a little kid ♪ ♪ i think it's strange you think you're funny ♪ ♪ because he never did >> expected to be standing room only here on monday and tuesday for our big taylor swift two-day exclusive. again, it all starts monday. and the negotiating has already begun to have a day off from school. i know, you're going through it, too. >> oh, yeah. >> my kids were begging last night. >> your boys, huh? >> my boys. my 9-year-old. please? please? >> i hope i can get into the studio on monday and tuesday. >> josh is -- >> push aside all of the kids. >> it would be funny to have all of our kids in our seats. >> they would love it. >>> we also -- toda
address them with our transportation system. as cma conducted management agency for san francisco, the transportation authority is responsible for the city and county's long range plan for our system. all operators, all modes for a 30-year horizon period. it is our means of shaping our regional priorities, what we want as the region to prioritize in terms of investment, transportation, and it's our way of shaping the next generation of priorities for our city. the sfgt -- >> you can use that mic if you'd like. >> the sfpt is developed to be consistent with the other agency specific or mode specific transportation
's growth challenges and how we can address them with our transportation system. as cma conducted management agency for san francisco, the transportation authority is responsible for the city and county's long range plan for our system. all operators, all modes for a 30-year horizon period. it is our means of shaping our regional priorities, what we want as the region to prioritize in terms of investment, transportation, and it's our way of shaping the next generation of priorities for our city. the sfgt -- >> you can use that mic if you'd like. >> the sfpt is developed to be consistent with the other agency specific or mode specific transportation plans that are developed by metro strategy, mta, capital plan, the tep. these priorities are drawn into and considered in the san francisco transportation plan and then sftp informs the updates to those plans. for instance, the planning department will update the general plan transportation element after the adoption of the sftp next spring. the climate action plan, for instance, was developed in collaboration between the city and the transportati
planning of the second street streetscape. you remember the fallout from the cma block grant. when we put the grant together for this planning phase we included an october presentation to the committee just to update you on the outreach process. christine that is here to update you today and we are today. >> good morning, commissioners. as has been said, my name is christine and i am the project manager for the second street improvement project. the second straetd project is a joint effort led by dpw but also mta and the planning department. second street bad mri needs to be repaved. anyone who has been on second street knows what poor condition it's in, and the department of public works and the city don't just want to replace what's there now, we want to implement a complete street project that includes bicycle and pedestrian improvements, landscaping and street furnishings as well. to date we have held two gsin may and september. at the first meeting we developed goals for both the community and the city around second street. those goals include improving safety along the corridor
is to go to the cma awards, two tickets. my hope is to one day be one of the artists nominated for country music awards. >> have you ever thought of going to "the voice" or one of our shows on nbc? >> yes. i thought about it. people tell me you should try out. we'll see what happens. >> we'll be watching. >> thank you. >> good luck. especially with getting into college and all your plans for the future. >> thank you so much. >> we'll hear that name again, i'm sure. thanks a lot. 11:26. coming up in the next half hour, why president obama and mitt romney will be together again tonight without a debate audience. audience. >>> messy weather could arrive. the middle class, who move our country forward. work hard. raise families. and keep america strong. but mitt romney's budget plan will hurt the middle class. raising taxes on the average family by up to $2000 dollars. while giving a tax break of $250,000 dollars to multi-millionaires. doesn't mitt romney understand, we can't rebuild america...by tearing down the middle class. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advert
all the numbers in but i have to say go back to scott available at the cma, let's go to peter them. scott, you are available, we saw a beat on the top and the bottom line, we still haven't got the click's numbers in yet. once those come in, could that change the after-hours process? >> in the long run, no. maybe another $0.15, i don't see the stock regardless of what the click rate is, don't these topping 16.5. it has been dead money for so long, the top part is really capped off in the next 20, $0.30 or so. liz: again, we're waiting for the cost per click, but also looking at the america's money that came in, pretty decent number coming through. shares up 2.7% after the bell looking at this. >> after google ending on positive news feed will be met with possible buying. we will wait for more details as it comes out but initially deserves to have a little pop it is heaven. david: do you think you might own yahoo if the numbers are good? >> it is possible it would eventually come to our screening process but in general we look for companies with good five-year earnings growth and fit
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nominated for two cma awards this year. >> first time ever. >> when you think about that, as little kids was this something you dreamed of? >> oh, my gosh, most definitely. >> when we grew up we watched award shows with famous singers that we look up to. kind of cool to just be nominated and, you know, the duo category and new artist category and incredibly flattering. we're really excited and we love going to award shows spoi. so it will be fun. >> to get dressed up real fancy. >> you're not wearing that? >> i wish i could wear this. >> anthony was saying you could have dressed for us today. >> oh, my goodness. i have a tie by the way. >> thank you very much. >> willing to lend to it. nice to see you guys, really. congratulations. congratulations. love and theft. that's eric gunderson and stephen barker lies. love and theft is on sale now wherever you want to buy your records. album, cds. their cme tour kicks off today, that's the country music tour kicks off today is what i'm trying to say. christopher walken played a few strange characters in his day. he's in the green room. he has a
like anybody else's. >> with all of the record sales, all of the number one hits, the cma nominations, has come fame. and you call that, quote, a learning experience. what do you mean by that? >> you know, i haven't been famous all that long. it's something i'm still learning how to deal with. and you know, something that i, you know, learn from every day. >> and your family, too, i imagine. you recently had an incident where you did publicly apologize. it was a raucous night and stuff happened. >> it's an unfortunate thing. but i've kind of said, you know, what i had to say to everybody about it. and i really don't think there's anything really left to say about it. >> it's hard, though, when you're living in the public spotlight. you signed up for it. maybe your loved ones didn't. >> absolutely. and i think that's the thing. unfortunately, they are kind of along for the ride, too. you know, it's something we all kind of are learning to deal with. >> we're going to hear you sing after the break, "take a little ride." that almost didn't make it on to this album, i hear? >> it was almo
bigger in the future. you 00 nighted arab shipping have moved in. and cma is moving in. so we've moved our downtown business progressively into the new port and the's going really well. >>> recovering british economies paid out a record 23 billion pounds in dividends for the third quarter. james, they're sitting on a record amount of cash, as well. how do you play that? >> in an environment where everybody is never us about the direction of equities, yields are attractive. value is relatively cheap so people have an entry opportunity. i think one needs to be careful about what high dividend is telling one. there are some companies that are relatively stressed, other companies reasonably high dividends, bags of growth particular pli when the yield is in the like as example vodaphone. this is an important part of the capital discipline. with a we don't want companies spending enormous amounts in growing that capacity, which is a real risk in mosts seek kells. we're not seeing that this time around. >> amazon reportedly upping a bid as it seeks to ramp up its fashion offers and at the sam
more, taylor. here's the math, everybody. six grammys, seven cmas, country music awards, and ten american music awards, so far. >> actually, here's the most astounding math of all. she's only 22 years old. unbelievable. >> only 22. >> and we are -- are you ready for a song, now, from "red"? [ cheers and applause ] this is my girls' favorite, "never, ever getting back together ♪ ♪ i remember when we broke up the first time ♪ ♪ saying this is it i've had enough ♪ ♪ 'cause, like, we haven't seen each other in a month ♪ ♪ when you said you needed space, what? ♪ ♪ then you come around again and say ♪ ♪ baby, i miss you and i swear i'm gonna change ♪ ♪ trust me remember how that ♪ ♪ lasted for a day i say, i hate you ♪ ♪ we break up you call me, i love you ♪ ♪ ooh, we called it off again last night ♪ ♪ but ooh, this time i'm telling you ♪ ♪ i'm telling you we are never ever, ever ♪ ♪ getting back together we are never ever, ever ♪ ♪ getting back together you go talk to your friends ♪ ♪ talk to my friends talk to me ♪ ♪ but
in washington. we know you've bati t r h oni t cma s ste dartmen in that late-day briefing to reporters made his position known drawing a sharp distinction from the white house narrative that was a demonstration that spun out of control. >> they hd a broad news confenceveheho thtevnar department's position, i repeat, never been the state department's position that in fact this assault was part of a row actio reaction to a s croray numous tnes ast-bwers. >> reporter: committee members told this morning in opening statements that there was a preoccupation in washington with reducing the number of american security personnel at the consulate and rlacing them with libyan guards, that there was a rusho move towards a durenc aer a sies ttacheai sainnemptt british ambassador. >> the secretary bombing was an improvised explosive device that was placed on the northgate breaching the wall. it was a test by tstnd ucnd w dn'tspul adequately. >>eporter: fox was first to report on september 17th based on an intelligence source on the ground in libya there was no demonstration at the consulate. that reporting
cma stayed open for business. connell: sandra smith is there. that is today's trade today. sandra: hi. i want to give you this particular view of the trading floor. typically you would see a very busy s&p 500 futures trading pit. midmorning today, the cme did make an announcement the equity futures would be closed all day. if you turn around, you will see the euro dollar futures pit. it will be open for another eight minutes. we also have mike williams. mike, the overall impact that you have seen on market. >> right now, it is pretty quiet. i think it will be an event where it may cause problems for 24 hours. sandra: one area we are watching is energy prices. two thirds have been shut down. we are watching oil and gas prices. what does that mean for those markets? >> i think you may get a one or two-day pop. sandra: we have to leave it there. if they postpone that jobs report friday, what does that mean? >> you take advantage of any weakness. that is mike williams. traders are on the floor. somewhat quite, gold, oil and energy futures. they continue to trade today. no announnement mad
. >>> we'll see you tomorrow, live from the cma awards. take care. >>> good morning i'm eric thomas. hundreds of thousands are gathering in downtown san francisco this morning to celebrate the world series victory with a big parade that starts in two hours this will be the second parade in three years to honor the team. you are looking live at the scene near the foot of market where fans are already lined up for the parade which begins at 11 in morning. players riding in cars up market to civic center for the rally the big feature rally is expected to start 12:30 with players, officials and other nguyens expected to speak to a huge crowd -- other vips, expected to speak to a huge crowd. can't be there watch it live here on abc7 news also streaming it live on abc7news.com and our ipad app. >>> you can see streets still damp from earlier drizzle over by 11:00 mostly cloudy low to mid 60s for parade. trick-or-treating this halloween going to be wet north bay for sure scattered sprinkles for the rest of us until 7:00 bay, 9:00 south bay rain hangs around through tomorrow morning sunshin
:00, 9:00 central. emmy. >> everyone. >>> we'll see you tomorrow, live from the cma awards. take care. >>> good wednesday morning, i'm megan pringle. >> i'm charley crowson. here are a few of our top stories today, things are slowly getting back to normal at bwi. there are still some canceled flights. so be sure to check online to see the status of your flight. also mta service will be back in full swing today. buses, light rail and trains all back on schedule. >>> a new place to shop is set to open earlier than expected. discount retailer marshalls say they're taking over the filene's basement store on pratt. that company closed all its locations in january. >>> time now for a check of forecast with lynette. >> we are looking at maryland's most powerful radar as of now. and the showers have been in the same spot all morning long, right around hagerstown and back off towards the west and down south around virginia and fredricksburg. this will continue, a slight chance for a shower as we work our way into the afternoon is possible. but look what we have in manchester right now. we do
from the cma awards. take care. >> live, and in hd, this is an abc 7 news update. e is 8:56 on this y morning. schools are closed today and others are opening n the list is on our website at wjla.com. early voting continues today in d.c. and marylan because of the storm. elections isd of extending hours and adding machines that the eight voting centers. open now and will stay open until 9:00 tonight. 8:30 a.m..pen at g hours will be extended in maryland as well. if you want to pull down, county looked more like snowmageddon. it could be days before the area it starts getting back to normal. >> unfortunately, i am hearing that it was aes on the beltway. for three hours, they have been doing the investigation. just a left shoulder and right with a 15-mile backup. everyone is trying to get down the beltway viet 29. trying toast is clear. there are some picks of sunshine overall, we will state -- stay in cloud cover. high temperatures will be in the today and trigger a will be drynight but cool. will be drynight bu[ mitt romney ] there are two very different paths the country can take. on
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